Kai Havertz is one of the upcoming great talents in the world. The sensational young player who currently plays for Chelsea put a stamp to his name by scoring the winning goal at the champions league final against Manchester City. Statistics prove that Havertz is posed to be better than Leonel Messi and Christiano Ronaldo. The statistics are taken when all were 21 years old and Havertz has better stats than Christiano and Messi.
Kai has several records at hand such as the youngest player to reach 100 appearances in the Bundesliga breaking the record held by his Chelsea counterpart, Timo Werner. He was only 18 years at the time. He also became the youngest penalty taker for Bayern Leverkusen’s.
Currently, Kai Havertz is doing well for Germany in Euros 2020. He has managed 2 goals. Watching Kai in the coming years in the newly refurbished Chelsea team will be lovely. He impressed when Thomas Tuchel joined Chelsea from PSG and he seems to be getting along with the manager.
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